Lithemba Mbanjeni, from Dunoon
“I take my girlfriend on dates using MyCiTi. She finds MyCiTi rides relaxing and comfortable. On our way to the Waterfront, we sit comfortably and safely.”
On 31 October 2015, a second MyCiTi route will be launched in Khayelitsha, further expanding access to the growing MyCiTi network.
MyCiTi services will be affected by multiple road closures on Sunday 20 September 2015 due to the Cape Town Marathon.
The T01 , 101 , 102 , 103 , 104 , 105 , 107 , 108 and 109 routes will be deviated and some stops will not be in service b
If your card expires in October 2015, you can get a new myconnect card free of charge. Please note that although your card expires, your card balance does not expire and will be transferred to your new card immediately.
In the past five years since the City of Cape Town launched the first of the MyCiTi bus routes in the inner-city in May 2010, the service has recorded approximately 31,1 million passenger journeys.
Since the launch of new routes in the Atlantis area in July, many more passengers are using MyCiTi’s safe, reliable services – and a number of improvements are in the pipeline to ensure that the service responds to the needs of residen
Public information sessions are being held for residents in and around the Century City and Milnerton areas to share information on proposed new MyCiTi services.
With effect from 15 August 2015, MyCiTi’s 110 Table Mountain service will be free of charge. The service operates between the Lower Tafelberg stop at the parking area at Kloof Nek and the Upper Tafelberg stop at the Lower Cableway Station.
The City of Cape Town has, after a number of extensive meetings with residents from Atlantis, Mamre and Pella, made some immediate changes to the MyCiTi timetables to better serve the commuters from these areas. More adjustments to the feeder rout
The new T04 main route will launch on 1 August 2015, providing a direct link between Dunoon and Century via Omuramba station along with six new stations, bringing safe, reliable and affordable public transport to more Capetonians.